Betfred Mandarin Handicap Chase 3m 2f 110y

  • (4yo+, 3m 2f 110y, Class 3, 7 runners)
  • Winner £9,097 2nd £2,671 3rd £1,336 4th £668
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 6m 51.85s
  • Off time: 13:15:14

Full Result

13:15 Newbury
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 6 Financial Climate (IRE) O Sherwood 6 11-0 T Garner (5) 4/1
SP 4/1 Held up in last pair, headway to chase leaders and blundered 4 out, went 2nd 2 out, ridden soon after, 1 length down last, driven and stayed on to lead final 200 yards
2nd ¾ 3 Faultless Feelings (IRE) M Keighley 7 11-7 p I Popham 13/2
SP 13/2 Jumped well, led until after 5th, led again 7th, kept on well from 4 out, 1 length ahead last, headed and not quicken final 200 yards, kept on
3rd 9 2 Denali Highway (IRE) Mrs Caroline Bailey 6 11-11 A Thornton 4/1
SP 4/1 Tracked leaders, left 3rd at 6th, went 2nd 13th, pushed along before 4 out, ridden and lost 2nd 2 out, kept on same pace and no impression in 3rd opened 9/2
4th 11 1 Howard's Legacy (IRE) Miss V Williams 7 11-12 Aidan Coleman 6/1
SP 6/1 Raced wide, held up, not fluent 10th, headway to track leaders 16th, driven along before 2 out, weakened before last opened 9/2 £6500-£1000 £3250-£500 £3000-£500 £1800-£300
5th 12 7 Jaunty Journey N A Twiston-Davies 10 10-5 B Hughes 13/2
SP 13/2 Tracked leaders, led after 5th until 7th, pressed leader, lost 2nd 13th, losing place when blundered and dropped to rear 14th, no chance when blundered next, mistake 17th, tailed off opened 8/1 touched 6/1
F 4 Shaking Hands (IRE) D Pipe 9 11-6 bt T Bellamy (7) 12/1
SP 12/1 Tracking leader when fell 6th opened 8/1
UR 5 Restless Harry R Dickin 9 11-4 C Poste 7/2f
SP 7/2f Held up, badly hampered and unseated rider 6th opened 5/1

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £4.30 Tote Place £1.30 £4.10 Straight Forecast £27.45 Exacta £34.40 Trifecta £232.00 Swingers 1&2 £11.20, 2&3 £26.70, 1&3 £1.10

Placepot £78.00, Pool: £79817.92, 746.49 winning tickets
Quadpot £15.30, Pool: £6256.45, 301.25 winning tickets

Analysis

Oliver Sherwood: "After falling and hurting himself at Stratford, he needed his last race at Fontwell. I was surprised there were so few runners."